Diffusion in metallic glasses and supercooled melts

@inproceedings{Faupel2003DiffusionIM,
  title={Diffusion in metallic glasses and supercooled melts},
  author={F. Faupel},
  year={2003}
}
Amorphous metallic alloys, also called metallic glasses, are of considerable technological importance. The metastability of these systems, which gives rise to various rearrangement processes at elevated temperatures, calls for an understanding of their diffusional behavior. From the fundamental point of view, these metallic glasses are the paradigm of dense random packing. Since the recent discovery of bulk metallic glasses it has become possible to measure atomic diffusion in the supercooled… CONTINUE READING
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